Kanye West is a definitely a big fan of Frank Ocean and like any other fanboy, the Grammy-winning rapper wants the rest of the world to hear the singer's new album, "Blonde."

West has nothing but good things to say about Ocean's latest offering since it dropped over the weekend. On Monday, Kim Kardashian's husband even confessed on Twitter that he has the whole album "on repeat." But now, West has taken to social media to urge all radio stations to show the R&B artist some love by playing his new songs several times a day, Entertainment Weekly reported.

“If anyone at radio really loves music … Come together and pick your favorite Frank Ocean song and play it at least 10 times a day,” he posted on Twitter Wednesday, Aug. 24. “Every station across the globe. I Heart. Clear Channel local stations. Satellite. Every station. This will make the world better.”

West added that both he and "Views" rapper Drake are big fans of Ocean's "Blonde," which comes four years after his debut studio album "Channel Orange," and asked everyone to reflect on what first got them into music. “Ask yourself Why did you love music in the first place and what can you do to add to the story,” wrote the "Life of Pablo" rapper. “Power to the people. Power to the artist. Empower the artist and create a more inspired world.”

West is not the only celebrity who's fallen under Ocean's spell. Several big names, including One Republic, host Jimmy Fallon and actor Zac Efron, flocked to Twitter over the weekend to express how much they love "Blonde."

"Listening to #blonde congrats to Frank Ocean doing something exciting. Always," wrote Fallon on Twitter, while American civil rights activist DeRay McKesson said, "Frank Ocean's 'Godspeed' is a beautiful goodbye. #Blonde."

Grammy-winning songstress Adele also lavished Ocean with praise during her sold-out concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on Sunday, Aug. 21, according to Rap-Up. “I actually prefer it to 'Channel Orange.' Go listen to it. Go buy it. He’s amazing. He’s precious. We have to adore him.”